Planning a wedding, although exciting, can also be an incredibly stressful time. Tensions are often running high in the run-up to the big day, and making sure everything is perfect - and paid for - can cause countless arguments between family and friends.

But one woman has slammed her supposed "friend" for not only asking her to plan and pay for her big day - but also failing to invite her along to the celebration too. She took to social media to explain how her friend asked her to plan her wedding after hearing how she'd done the same for her auntie, the Mirror reports.

But not only did this 'bridezilla' want help with the big day itself - she also wanted the woman to plan her engagement announcement party, bridesmaid announcement luncheon and bachelorette party.

Writing a post on Reddit, she said: "One of my friend's is planning her wedding. Or rather, she expects me to plan her engagement announcement party, bridesmaid announcement luncheon, bachelorette party, the wedding ceremony, and the reception.

"She also expects me to contribute financially to her while not attending the wedding because, and I quote, 'my fiancé used to have a crush on you and I don't want him to be tempted to run away with you. Can you imagine the embarrassment of being left for you?'."

Summing up the rest of the conversation, the woman said: "I told her off and questioned how she can make demands like that to someone that she clearly doesn't respect. She said that I planned one of my aunt's weddings and I both planned and funded a friend's baby shower (this was my best friend since elementary school and she has no family willing or able to support her – this was me making it clear that I'd be there for her and her child as a godmother)."

According to the woman, her friend had always "rubbed her up the wrong way" - but her fiance was a nice person who always tried to excuse her bad behaviour.

She continued: "Her fiancé is genuinely kind and always talks on how she's not 'that bad', but are you seriously not an entitled jerk when you want someone to plan an event, partially fund it, and not attend because you're insecure? She's still texting me potential venues right now as if I didn't tell her off and hang up on her."

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Fellow Reddit users were in full support of the woman being annoyed, with one person writing: "She's not a friend. Ignore her. It could be entertaining if she actually gets to the wedding day and discovers nothing has been booked or paid for (although she'll likely realise long before). Plan a nice vacation away for yourself, so you're gone while things are blowing up (entitled people often go the extra mile of showing up at your place). Post pictures of you on a beautiful beach at sunset in a white bikini drinking something with an umbrella."

While another advised that: "Seriously, this is not a friend. This is someone who expects you to voluntarily act as her planner, ATM and doormat. Tell her that you will not be able to assist her, after all imagine someone like 'you' planning her big day."

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